MULTAN, Pakistan: The Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan will take decisions according to its own interests.
While talking to media representatives in Multan on Monday, the minister said that Pakistan shares cordial relations with United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia so they believe that India cannot be the alternate of Pakistan.
The foreign minister maintained that Pakistan has developed a uniform policy regarding establishing ties with Israel that it will not recognize Israel until a peaceful solution of the Palestine issue.
Qureshi further said that India always tried to harm Pakistan whenever it got the chance. He said that Pakistan has given the dossier regarding Indian sponsored terrorism in Pakistan to the International World.
The foreign minister again cautioned that India may resort to carry out a false-flag operation against Pakistan but warned India against any misadventure.
The minister said that India has made discriminatory laws for minorities due to which minorities residing in India are in deep trouble.
Turning to internal politics, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the Opposition’s Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) is divided regarding giving resignations from the national and provincial assemblies.
Qureshi asked the opposition parties to give precedence to the national interest rather than pursuing their personal interests.